dist name, sel1, sel2, mode=3D2
doesn't work because the move value should be a whole number ie. 1,2,3 etc.
Also unless you have some objects actually called sel1 and sel2 you
won't get anything meaningful back.
something like this:
dist name, resn lys, resn glu, mode=2
will give you a new object called name, which shows the distances
between all lysine and glutamate N-O atoms within approxmately 3.5
Is this clearer?
Kostas Tripsianes wrote:
> On Tuesday 18 October 2005 16:36, pymol-users-request@...
> Hi Warren
> It's been a long time since my last post. Anyway I tried the polar contacts
> identifier as written below
>>dist name, sel1, sel2, mode=3D2
> and I get the following error
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/home/kostas/pymol/modules/pymol/parser.py", line 191, in parse
> File "/home/kostas/pymol/modules/pymol/querying.py", line 400, in distance
> ValueError: invalid literal for int(): 3D2
> using the last version pymol-0_99beta20
> Any clue
> Another important notion regarded the 0.99 versions and on is that incorrectly
> draw bonds between methyl protons. As you understand I work with NMR
> structures but I don't have this misinterpretation with previous versions.
> The same appeared with 13 and 20 releases. Please keep it in mind.
> cheers kostas
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